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CSPAN
Jan 14, 2013 12:00am EST
pledges. we said we would cut the deficit and it is down by 25%, we said we would cut immigration and it is down by 25%, we said we would rebalance the economy and there are 1 million private sector jobs. that is a record to be proud of. >> i am afraid he will have to do better than that. his adviser said that the government should not publish the secret audit because it had "problematic areas", would lead to "unfavourable copy", and identify "broken pledges" -- that is a far cry from the rose garden, isn't it? the government said they would "throw open the doors...to enable the public to hold politicians...to account." have another go. it is a simple question. was it his decision not to publish the audit because -- and i quote from his adviser -- it would "overshadow" favourable coverage? he should calm down. it is early in the year so calm down. you've got difficult times ahead. was it his decision not to publish the audit? >> it is my decision that it is being published this afternoon. is that really the best he can do? he has had a week sitting in the canary islands with nothing else
CSPAN
Jan 21, 2013 12:00am EST
make the point that europe should somehow be moving off he policy of deficit reduction. he is completely isolated to your. there is not one single government, not even socialists in europe who believe that you should be pushing our borrowing and borrowg more. that is a simple truth. what is in britain's interest is to seek a fresh settlement in europe that is more flexible, more competitive. that is in our interest. that is what we will seek. but i have to ask him, i have to ask in this. doesn't he understand doesn't he understand that what has happened over the last decade where a labour government signed a treaty after treaty gave away power after power for more centralization after more centralization? and never consulted the british people has what is made this problem such a big problem in the first place. >> our house in the country -- the prime minister do not after the question as to whether he is given the green light to his cabinet, his conservative members, to campaign some of them being in the opinion and some of them getting out. that is the reality of the weaknes
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